SHOCK CINEMA Issue 57
Shock Cinema Magazine is an essential periodical for fans of cutting-edge, retro cinema. Each issue features in-depth interviews with the most intriguing character actors, cult celebrities and maverick moviemakers of all time and critiques a wide array of film obscurities, including grindhouse action, sexploitation, horror, sci-fi, drive-in favorites, kitsch gems, overseas oddities,
and arthouse dementia.
Interviews with Robert Carradine, Robert F. Lyons, Nicolas Coster, Richard Herd, and scriptwriter Brian Taggert. Reviews include Bernie Hamilton in Walk the Walk; Helmut Griem and Fernando Arrabal in Peter Fleischmann's The Hamburg Syndrome [Die Hamburger Krankheit]; Daniel Emilfork and Serge Gainsbourg in Jean-Louis Roy's The Unknown Man of Shandigor; Zvonimir Crnko in Veljko Bulajic's The Man To Kill [Covjek Koga Treba Ubiti]; Enrico Maria Salerno, Renato Salvatori and Annie Girardot in Franco Rossi's Smog; Ian Tracey in Claude Jutra's Dreamspeaker; Jason Holt's Desperation Rising; Shelley Winters and Peter Falk in Joseph Strick's The Balcony; Helmuth Ashley's Murder Party [Mörderspiel]; John Poole in D'Urville Martin's Disco 9000; Paul Bartel in Charles Hirsch's Does Size Really Count?; David McCallum and Jill Ireland in Jungle Street Girls; Basil Rathbone and Mary Murphy in Two Before Zero; John Daniels in Getting Over; Yves Simoneau's Blind Trust [Pouvoir Intime]; Jean-Pierre Mocky's Kill the Referee [A Mort L'Arbitre]; Vic Morrow in Target Harry; Toys Are Not For Children; Ron Garcia's Inside Amy [a.k.a. Swingers Massacre]; The Grabowski Shuffle; Maurizio Merli and Tomas Milian in Umberto Lenzi's The Tough Ones [Roma a Mano Armata]; Linus de Paoli's A Young Man With High Potential; Gary Kent in Danger God; et cetera.